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Davidson Joins CoreNet Global Committee

Young professionals join to offer opportunities to further the mission and goals of global corporate real estate organization.

Samantha Davidson was recently named to the Programs Committee for CoreNet Global Young Leaders. CoreNet Global is a non-profit association with a mission to advance the practice of corporate real estate through professional development opportunities, publications, research, conferences, designations, and networking. The Programs Committee is charged with furthering these goals through a variety of educational and networking opportunities to its 10,000 members in 50 countries worldwide. Davidson is an active member of the Chicago chapter—one of 46 local chapters and networking groups globally.

Samantha Davidson contributes to ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment by sharing her extensive background in renewable energy and energy efficiency with other organizations.

As a Project Manager at ESD, Samantha’s responsibilities include energy audits, LEED documentation, commissioning, retro-commissioning projects, and Energy Star Certification. 

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